Thanks for the Gift of Life!!

Creations of the heart are blooming like flowers in the field.

The wonders of nature are entwined everywhere.

My spirit overflows. Footprints of the piper are sealed

In the pristine dunes while the echo of the wind

Unfolds whispering melodies.

Dreamland begins to roam freely...

Hear me coming as I go.

I am the wind, the trip into the mist, the sea...

Hear the echo of voices, the heartbeats of waves crushing

On the sand, as I leave my footprints on the land.

Hear the roaring thunder, for my crying is just a reminder.

Please, let the world be and set them all free!!



Friday, August 12, 2011

Improve yourself! Change for the Better! The Lord is Coming!...

Improve yourself! Change for the Better! The Lord is Coming!...

In my lethargic contemplations of our natural environment and its dramatic changes, I could realize the Lord has already set His announcements in this world. The Lord is soon coming...

I have been writing in the Internet for CHRISTIAN AMERICAN FORUMS since 2005. I post my poems, stories, inspirational tales, prayers, comments, replies, emails, song lyrics, and so on. I have been an active member since then, and they really love me so much. I've got many Internet Online friends, and we remain in touch every week with updates. So, I find my personal retreat in there and got much experience from them. I try to keep myself busy, and set my brain active as much as I can. I am involved in too many things at the same time, and I love it. However, my dear friends, I find myself -at this point- running out of precious time, from which I learn clear warnings placed on my head: I should head for other good deeds. Well, I was at the computer yesterday evening, and got a severe asthma attack due to allergy, or to some sort of airborne unseen allocations. I've been an asthma sufferer since birth, so I ought to take special care of my health at all times. Plus, I should start looking for a better place to live, if I wish to live longer, especially that I am -now- slowly growing into an old age. Last night, I had troubles with breathing. My companion, the medical doctor, gave me meds and oxygen to ease my health plight. I really know that the poor condition out there in the environment has been causing my health issues. This morning around noon time in my corner of the world, the horizon line and the sky turned as black as the night time. From the terrace of my tower apartment, I was able to see cars driving with their lights on. Hubby, who is 70 years old, came back home after performing his usual round surgeries at a Public Hospital. He is still the Chief Medical Surgeon, and Professor of Surgery Procedures to young medical residents who learn lots from him. I pray to the Lord every single day, to let him retire soon from his medical practice abroad, and let us sell our properties overseas, and make investments in a house back in my home country, the USA. I am really tired of waiting, and I got trully worned out. Hubby's face looked deeply concerned as he walked into the apartment looking for me straight away. He found me in the room taking care of my dear cats and said: "It looks like a dreadful day out there, honey!" And I replied: "The Lord is soon coming, darling!" Then, I said my prayers aloud, and after a little while the day came back to light. Praise the Lord!! It's still cold and cloudy, though. There is a good lesson behind this clear warning...

When God leads you to the edge of the cliff, trust Him and let it go. Only one of two things will happen, either He'll catch you when you fall, or He will teach you how to fly. There is an old saying: "If harsh situations don't kill you, they will make you stronger." God is going to shift things around you, and let things work in your favour. However, do not ask God to lead your way, if you are not willing to move your footsteps. One little corner, one little inch that you can improve each day, go ahead, and make that difference. Something wonderful will happen: The feeling and experience of reaching a goal and achievement. To achieve great goals, great things require a modest effort repeated again and again. One little corner, one little step, one little inch after another at a time could make a major impact: The wondrous miracle of your life. Start right now, by improving one little corner, and you are on your way to change the world, to transform your own world for the better, the opportunity to find GOOD LESSONS OF LIFE.

(Philippians 3:20-21) "There are many who think in things that belong to this world. We, however, are citizens of Heaven, and we eagerly wait for our Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ, to come from Heaven. He will change our weak mortal bodies and make them like His own glorious body, using that power by which He is able to bring all things under His rule."

(Philippians 4: 8-9) "Show a gentle attitude towards everyone. The Lord is coming soon. In conclusion, my brothers and sisters, fill your minds with those things that are good and that deserve praise: things that are true, noble, right, pure, lovely, and honourable. Put into practice what you learnt and received from me, both from my words and from my actions. And God -who gives us peace- will be with you." According to Paul's Letter in The Scriptures, this message is very clear.

Dear Readers, Thank you in advance for visiting My Monthly Newsletters!! I let you know ahead of time that I shall soon stop writing topics in here, My Poetry Blog, yet all posts will remain in place in order for you to visit the older ones. Since I am running out of time, I should choose to set my goals in other greater tasks. Hubby and I will soon begin to travel and visit our dear family, plus new homes to buy. Anyway, I'll keep My Journals Blog updated with Monthly Newsletters. I'll give you the Links, if you care to visit:

American Website with great inspirational Video-Poems and Christian messages:

Peace be with you in the Lord!

Blessings. All the best. See you in My Journals Blog. Until we write again.

Poet Starry Dawn.

1 comment:

child of God said...

Hi Starry Dawn,

I am sorry about the asthma attack. It is not pleasant to have to live with this condition.

It seems we have more things in common, my husband is a physician too. He is a specialist in the lungs and does critical and intensive care medicine.

Praying the asthma doesn't bother you on your travels.